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The images, which prosecutors released in response to open-records requests, also show the elaborate homemade explosives in Holmes' apartment, which he had rigged into a potentially deadly booby trap.
The hundreds of photos include images of the three guns Holmes used in the July 20, 2012, shooting and his car, where he dressed head-to-toe in body armor before slipping into the packed movie theater.
More than 70 others were injured.
Prosecutors showed most of the photos to jurors during Holmes' four-month trial.
He was convicted of 165 felonies and sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty.